The Ford Bronco is the perfect 4x4 SUV if you want a small go-anywhere vehicle to get you from the local supermarket to the top of a distant mountain. This 1976 Bronco proudly belongs to the first generation of Broncos, which were in production from 1966 to 1977. This classic off-roader gained popularity for having a range of vast aftermarket support to personalize your Bronco for an individual's unique needs. This spotless example of a 1976 Ford Bronco has gone through a full restoration and features a 302ci engine with a high-performance Mustang head. It is located in New York with only 500 miles on its rebuilt engine.
This 1976 Bronco maintains an uncut body and is repainted in orange to match its original color scheme. This Ford has been lifted by 1-inch and rides on new BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A Ko2 tires. The well-preserved cabin of this 1976 Bronco wagon is beige. The classic interior is spacious and provides comfortable seating for four adults. It has all new components, and the instrument cluster consists of only one gauge with four built-in meters. This minimalistic and period dash features a radio, new air conditioning, light and wiper controls, and a glove box.
This 1976 Ford Bronco is powered by a recently rebuilt 4.9-liter 302ci engine with a high-performance 289 Mustang head that sits under its hood. This V8 is known for its reliability and is coupled with a 3-speed automatic transmission that feeds over 200 horsepower to all four wheels. Stopping power is courtesy of disc brakes.